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In a quick press conference after her speech to the Ohio delegation at the Republican National Convention, Condoleezza Rice was blunt about her successor, Hillary Clinton (“great”) and U.S. foreign policy (too timid). She said she’s not interested in “boots on the ground” in Syria, but more needs to be done.

Rice also said she has no reservations about Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan’s lack of foreign policy experience, but a lot of concern about the national debt.

Where she tread more carefully is when she was asked how the Browns will do this year. She’s a huge Browns fan, and of the University of Alabama, whose alum was drafted by the Browns this year.

“I’m very excited about the prospects. I’m crossing my fingers for Trent Richardson to get out there because you know I’m a big Tide fan, too. So this is the perfect marriage for me, Trent Richardson and the Browns.”

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